[Ebook] The Queen of Paris: A Novel of Coco Chanel By Pamela Binnings Ewen – Vejega.info

[Ebook] The Queen of Paris: A Novel of Coco Chanel By Pamela Binnings Ewen – Vejega.info Legendary Fashion Designer Coco Chanel Is Revered For Her Sophisticated Style The Iconic Little Black Dress And Famed For Her Intoxicating Perfume Chanel No Yet Behind The Public Persona Is A Complicated Woman Of Intrigue, Shadowed By Mysterious Rumors The Queen Of Paris, The New Novel From Award Winning Author Pamela Binnings Ewen, Vividly Imagines The Hidden Life Of Chanel During The Four Years Of Nazi Occupation In Paris In The Midst Of WWII As Discovered In Recently Unearthed Wartime FilesCoco Chanel Could Be Cheerful, Lighthearted, And Generous She Also Could Be Ruthless, Manipulative, Even Cruel Against The Winds Of War, With The Wehrmacht Marching Down The Champs Lys Es, Chanel Finds Herself Residing Alongside The Reich S High Command In The Hotel Ritz Surrounded By The Enemy, Chanel Wages A Private War Of Her Own To Wrestle Full Control Of Her Perfume Company From The Hands Of Her Jewish Business Partner, Pierre Wertheimer With Anti Semitism On The Rise, He Has Escaped To The United States With The Confidential Formula For Chanel No Distrustful Of His Intentions To Set Up Production On The Outskirts Of New York City, Chanel Fights To Seize Ownership The House Of Chanel Shall Not FallWhile Chanel Struggles To Keep Her Livelihood Intact, Paris Sinks Under The Iron Fist Of German Rule Chanel A Woman Made Of Sparkling Granite Will Do Anything To Survive She Will Even Agree To Collaborate With The Nazis In Order To Protect Her Darkest Secrets When She Is Covertly Recruited By Germany To Spy For The Reich, She Becomes Agent F , Code Name Westminster But Why And To What Lengths Will She Go To Keep Her Stormy Past From Haunting Her Future

10 thoughts on “The Queen of Paris: A Novel of Coco Chanel

  1. Annette Annette says:

    Gabrielle Bonheur Coco Chanel 1883 1972 remains to be an icon of couture and perfume Chanel No 5 But what probably most of us don t know, she was also a Nazi spy By playing with fire, she put herself into fire To save something or someone she d

  2. Rose Rose says:

    I have just read The Queen of Paris A Novel of Coco Chanel by Pamela Binnings EwenWhat an intriguing book Pamela Binnings Ewen writes eloquently The author has done a great deal of research, and the book was very engaging and very interesting Her des

  3. Joan Happel Joan Happel says:

    This is a fascinating look at the iconic Coco Chanel during the time of the Nazi occupation of France It is 1940 and Chanel has built up a company and a legacy with her couture and her signature perfume, Chanel no 5 Using flashbacks, Ewen paints a picture

  4. Erin Erin says:

    The three stars are for the incredible writing talent of the author because it takes a masterful effort to have me read an entire story and hate the title characterThe Queen of Parisis none other than Coco Chanel and this volume focuses on her collaboration with

  5. Brittany Brittany says:

    I d like to start by thanking Blackstone Publishing and Netgalley for this ARC Prior to reading this book, I did not know much about the story of Gabrielle Coco Chanel I have read a lot of WWII historical fiction, so I was very excited to read this I ve seen some clai

  6. Cassidee Lanstra Cassidee Lanstra says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for the early copy and to Blackstone for approving my request to read.Well, The Queen of Paris gets two stars from me First, the good Pamela Bunnings Ewen writes beautifully She uses lush prose and brings the beautiful scenery and luxury of Coco Chanel s

  7. Amy Robertson Amy Robertson says:

    Thank you to Netgalley and Blackstone Publishing for the opportunity to read the Advanced Readers Copy of The Queen of Paris, by Pamela Binnings Ewan., in exchange for my honest opinion and review.The subject of the Queen of Paris, Coco Chanel, is not new to me The character in w

  8. Kelly_Instalove Kelly_Instalove says:

    Just stop with this nonsense of humanizing and redeeming Nazis Coco Chanel was NOT a hero or heroic figure in any sense of the word SHE WAS AN AVOWED ANTI SEMITE AND NAZI COLLABORATOR I cannot say how appalled I am by the entire premise of this book.

  9. Christina Boodhan Juras Christina Boodhan Juras says:

    The Queen of Paris was another interesting look at the life of Coco Chanel, particularly her battle to regain control of Chanel No 5 and her involvement with the German Reich during WWII This book depicted Chanel s struggle to keep regain her power and influence Given her life in her early y

  10. Maria11 Maria11 says:

    Doing the wrong thing for the right reasons This statement seems to sum up Coco and getting through WWII Coco s life history just seemed so depressing She up is shunned so much in her life you can see why that once she has the status she will do anything to keep it No much of her motivation is to

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